India – Fiction v Facts
The election analyses leads to fiction against facts.
First of all BJP victory in 2019 is once again marred with vote fraud, EVM manipulation and horse trading of members from opposition parties as candidate Narendra Modi vowed during election campaign particularly with West Bengal, Karnataka and Delhi. The article in this context citing news headlines was published on the premier site padminiarhant.com amid election cycle.
Narendra Modi wave is a hype falsely created in the face of Narendra Modi experiencing panic attacks when ex- BSF soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav declared his intention to contest the election against the former Prime Minister.
Then the so-called powerful defiant and invincible PM Narendra Modi did everything to eliminate the ex-army personnel and the farmer’s son Tej Bahadur Yadav from the race offering bribe to a tune of fifty billion rupees and simultaneously threatening him with murder upon failure to withdraw from the election.
PM Narendra Modi’s abhorrent strategy unraveled when the soldier held a press conference inviting flurry of questions from all quarters without pre-approved or pre-selected scripts unlike PM Narendra Modi ducking press conference in the entire first term and election campaign.
These episodes confirmed PM Narendra Modi conceding to the former soldier proving that Narendra Modi is not what he is projected and painted out to be by groveling media and unscrupulous forces engaged in self-destructive endeavor and specifically tasked to weapons of mass deception.
The politics deploying underhanded and undemocratic tactics using violence, threats, intimidation, vandalism and trolling in the quest for power is reprehensible.
There was apparently a pact among political factions with BJP especially Congress in quid pro quo behind status quo. The results reveal those returning to power were obviously cherry picked and interestingly the BJP Prime Minister is leading political cadre represented by members sentenced to prison on terror charges, then there are those with corruption and criminal dealings facilitated to power to preside over the destiny of 1.3 billion people is indeed a travesty and a big mockery of democracy.
When BJP leaderships Amit Shah and companion Prime Minister Narendra Modi share violent, criminal past and present, their team and others are expected to fit in the profile.
As usual, the Parliament is going to be run by majority with unflattering background having turned election into a gamble favoring highest bidders more than the value for money at the overwhelming electorate expense.
Second, BJP and PM Narendra Modi in particular since the entire narrative is being fraudulently propagated as Modi 2.0 and Modi popularity,
The Modi factor has been rejected down South in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh with the exception of Karnataka where the ground work to take over successful candidates of local and opposition party was laid by Narendra Modi and Amit Shah luring local MP’s and MLA’s with money in the South western state in the prelude to 2019 general election.
There are also some North Eastern states that declined Modi in 2019 election upon disillusionment on Narendra Modi’s first term in office.
Any other states in the north and east are basically coalition government i.e. NDA+ and not BJP on their own.
The remaining Hindi heartland or cow belt was reined in via vote rigging evident in the transportation and mismanagement of EVM’s in Uttar Pradesh and other states nationwide.
Last but not the least, the election commission vaporized settling in Narendra Modi and Amit Shah’s fists prompting the valid question.
Is election commission of India alive and do they even exist in the current environment?
The EC controlled by Narendra Modi and Amit Shah – the two least popular and most polarizing figures in Indian political history unlike trumpeted by crony media and surrogates compromising ethics and self-respect in their servitude to political machinery cannot prolong the unsustainable legacy.
Indian election involving bribes to opposition candidates, votes for notes, refusing qualified and formidable candidates from competing in the election and importantly lack of transparency as well as accountability makes the electoral process a sham and calibrated event.
Under these conditions the election is a game to legitimize illegitimacy.
Anything illegitimate sooner than later blow back on the individual and those promoting fictitious image.
Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com